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Poster: yur worst enemy too Date: Dec 11, 2009 6:52am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: -- Best Morning Dew ever!!! It's right here in the notes

actually it is all ready on disc >

03-23-74
Cow Palace
Daly City, Ca.

U. S. Blues
Promised
B. E. Women
Mexicali
Tennessee Jed
B. T. Wind
Scarlet
BIODTL
Roses
El Paso
Deal
Cassidy
China Cat>
I Know You Rider
WRS Prelude>
WRS Part 1>
Let It Grow

Playin>
Uncle John>
Morning Dew>
Uncle John>
Playin
Ship Of Fools
Big River
Ramble On
Me & My Uncle
Bertha, Around
Wharf Rat>
Sugar Magnolia
Casey Jones

Saturday Nite

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Poster: deadpolitics Date: Dec 11, 2009 9:33am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: -- Best Morning Dew ever!!! It's right here in the notes

This Dew is fantastic! I haven't listened to it enough but I remember being blown away by the grace of the playing. The final jam is Jerry doing a very nice chord solo but he isn't furiously shredding but instead finessing it ever so sweetly. Oh yeah and the way they drop right back into heavy psychedelia right after the final chord in Dew is breathtaking. You really need the soundboard for 3-23-74 because there is one single individual close to the audience microphone loudly clapping along, off time, for the majority of the suite.

I enjoy the 2-14-68 Dew probably just because I've listened to it so many times but also because Jerry's voice is so nice in the 60's! Also, 5-6-70 is a very powerful version for me, heavy emotion 2 days after Kent State.

The one from February '74 is absolutely incendiary but I think it is a little sloppy as well.

I know there are some really great Morning Dews from after the European tour, especially coming out of Dark Star. Any recommendations?